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MichelleLOyen's picture

Twitter and iMechanica

How many iMechanica users are on Twitter?  And how many are on Twitter with professional contacts? 

 I started to use Twitter about 4 months ago in a completely social, non-professional context.  As a personal (expat-focussed) blogger, I started to notice that I was
catching blog posts in my Twitter feed before I would see them in my
feed aggregator (Bloglines).   Twitter has emerged as a different sort
of feed aggregator, as well as a provider of information. 


Roberto Ballarini's picture

National priorities

The research funding environment we are all experiencing is extremely frustrating, and has the potential for long-term damage to academics and the nation. You may be interested in reading the letter to the Wall Street Journal by two Nobel Prize winners, David Baltimore and Ahmed Zewail.


A message from Dr. Ken P. Chong

The deadline of October 1, 2006 for my program of Mechanics & Structures of Materials was inadvertently omitted in our website. However, at the beginning of our CMS home page there are 2 deadlines listed for all programs. In the meantime any unsolicited proposals for my program, please put in GPG 04-23 as the Program Announcement [1st box]. In the 2nd box put in my program name [Mechanics & Structures of Materials].

UNSOLICITED PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED TWICE A YEAR BETWEEN SEPT. 1 AND OCT. 1 AND BETWEEN JAN 15 AND FEB 15.

Ken P. Chong, PhD., PE
Program Director of Mechanics & Structures of Materials /CMS
Engineering Directorate
National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Blvd., Suite 545
Arlington, VA 22230 USA
kchong@nsf.gov. Tel. 703-292-7008 [direct]; 703-292-8360 [secretary]; Fax 703-292-9053


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